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Weather: As usual, cloudy with occasional glimpses of sunshine. Rain in the afternoon. Very windy - high wind chill factor. Top temperature in Perros-Guirec today was 17C. See a picture below of Summer in France!
We spoke with the lady at the front desk and she said it is unusually cold for this time of year. It should be about 25C.
We decided to have a banana in our room this morning (breakfast not included ...
... the menu by accident?
Jan: This is delicious but really, I'm ready to be done...oh wait, I see a cheese cart coming....
This dinner was 2.5 hours long. The food incredible. The wine delicious. And all for 139 Euro (about $200) which was the cost of one night hotel. The presentation and the annoyingly obnoxious Frenchmen and his very young girlfriend next to us kept us entertained between courses.
... I got my wish. It was quite lovely, but none of the photos turned out, so I’ll just keep it as a memory.
The next day we drove back to Paris at the crack of dawn to turn the rental car in. When we picked the car up at Orly airport, we had arrived by bus, so we hadn’t had to navigate the airport via car. It was a nightmare, there were no signs anywhere so it took us forever to find the car return area, then we had to journey to our hotel near Charles de ...
... the shells from the Allies ships that hit these fortifications. After that WW2 sightseeing marathon we called it a day and stayed at the Port en Bessin campground which was a little over-priced.
Just as a side note, we’ve become campground connoisseurs over the last week, and know what makes a good one night stop!
Word of 10/06: Landing Beaches
The final day of our WW2 Road Trip started at Arromanches at the 360 ...
... causes and conflicts of WWII. It poured rain but then the sun came out. So it was into sunny skies that we reached the bluff which houses Normandy's American Cemetery and Memorial overlooking Omaha Beach. `
Later back at the house, Bernie, Brian and Erin enjoyed eating the fresh fish Brian got at the market that morning. We grilled with 'pommes et haricots'. After super we all walked Omaha Beach watching the sun set.